After two years of drought we were hoping the spring and fall rain would do away the drought. So we planted garlic and over wintering onions. We then seeded it with a living green manure of annual rye grass, and put the garden to bed for winter. To catch you up to speed the drought continued through the winter and we lost our garlic and onions. The annual rye grass barley took. We had a few warm days and we turned over the grass and replanted the 400 feet of onions.
This week we planted 1,400 feet of carrots. We seeded 2 types of kale, fennel, eggplant, collards, cabbage, tomatoes, broccoli, and artichokes. The 2nd time we sowed artichokes, who knew cats liked to eat them.